Washington State Residents Can Claim Free Money, Sometimes Even With No Receipts
It sounds too good to be true, but right now you can claim free money from various retail stores without having to prove you purchased anything. I repeat, you are missing out on receiving unlimited amounts of free cash, even as you are reading this sentence. This is not a scam.
The fine print is that you need to go to look at a list of class action lawsuits (link below) and see if you have ever purchased any of those items or services. In some cases, you don't even need to have a receipt of purchase.
The U.S. government is constantly awarding rebates of money to consumers. Thousands of customers receive the financial benefits of these claims in the form of cold, hard cash (by mail, on a check), but most us are not even aware of them! Ever received a mysterious check in the mail from a cellphone company and wondered how it was possible (and if it was real)?
How does it work?
Companies that are successfully sued by a collective group of consumers must set up a fund to reimburse those who purchased their products and services. There is a lot of money being refunded for an endless variety of items such as baby products, cans of tuna, shampoo, credit reports, lithium batteries, potatoes, auto parts, milk and even temporary agency work! When the money goes unclaimed, it goes back to the company or initial plaintiffs or others who filed the claim.
Imagine how much money you can get back if you check out this website, Class Action Rebates! You never know when a new rebate will pop up that applies to you or your family, so you may want to sign up for the email alerts, too.
Some rebates are state-specific and date-specific, so take note of that, and please make sure to read the entire line of a link before you click on it. In many cases, you do not have to have proof of purchase, and you can file for as many claims as your little heart desires! Here's a list of past rebate claims that you have already missed out on, including the one where you could have claimed free money worth $50-$100 from Best Buy stores in Washington state!